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If you were looking for the premiere community in south-central Edmonton, you might have just found it. Belgravia is a quiet, low-density neighbourhood with a menagerie of beautiful properties. An LRT station and access to the river valley trail network means Belgravia is a great choice for those going car-free too.

Neighbourhood facts

Belgravia’s peace is and quiet is tied to its semi-isolated setting. It is bounded on two sides by the river valley and Fox Drive, meaning it can only be accessed from the north and east, where it is bounded by University Avenue 114 Street and respectively. This means very little vehicle traffic, aside from residents and visitors, in the neighbourhood. Belgravia is primarily a low-density,

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If you thought all suburbs were the same, think again.

Lake life in the city? Look no further than Summerside in southeast Edmonton. This modern community was designed around Lake Summerside itself, which provides access to a residents-only lake area. With that in mind you might think Summerside is an exclusive, gated neighbourhood. Quite the opposite. Summerside truly has options for everyone, making it the most accessible resort-style community in the region.

Neighbourhood facts

Summerside is located in the heart of the Ellerslie area in south Edmonton. It was planned to be a predominantly residential neighbourhood, with 75% low density residential and 25% multi-family units. Summerside is  is bounded by Ellerslie

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 If you’re looking for a home in an new-but-established neighbourhood, Ellerslie might be just the place.

Ellerslie is one of south Edmonton’s neighbourhoods that sprung up during the early and mid 2000s, seemingly overnight (well, eight years or so). That said, Ellerslie is unique among these neighbourhoods. The new section of the neighbourhood shares space with an existing subdivision of country-residential homes that have since been enveloped by the neighbourhood’s modern development. This rural-urban mix, coupled with nearby retail and easy transportation access, makes Ellerslie a unique and desirable southeast Edmonton neighbourhood.

Neighbourhood Facts

Ellerslie occupies the area in southeast Edmonton between

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Carlisle is a mature north Edmonton neighbourhood with plenty to offer. Quiet streets give way to accessible main roads, meaning Carlisle is a great choice for working families. With a mix of architectural styles and plenty of character, Carlisle is one of north Edmonton’s premiere mature neighbourhoods.

Neighbourhood Facts

Carlisle was developed on land annexed by the City of Edmonton in 1971. The vast majority of the neighbourhood was built in the 1970s and 1980s, with a little bit more leading into the 2000s.

Carlisle is bounded on the east by Castledowns Road, on the south by 137 Street and on the north by 145 Avenue. The west boundary follows a line located roughly between 121 and 123 Street.

There is a single

18 Views, 0 Comments’ll be more than happy to walk along the ravine’s edge alongside Blue Quill Estates’ trails and parks.

Ever see those blue, well, quills painted on the fences on 119 Street? Well, you’ve found Blue Quill Estates. This established neighbourhood is nearly surrounded by parkland and features some of the most beautiful homes in southwest Edmonton. That said, there are options for everyone in Blue Quill Estates as well.

Neighbourhood Facts

Blue Quill Estates overlooks Whitemud Creek Ravine to the west. It is framed by 119 Street on the east, 23 Avenue on the south, and a utility corridor located approximately one half block north of 29 Avenue. This corridor contains a bike path and is an entrance to a rather

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"... a largely-established neighbourhood near the city’s edge. Quite the rarity."

Lago Lindo is the cornerstone of the Lake District area in northeast Edmonton. It is now considered an established neighbourhood, amidst a sea of recent development in the area. This gives Lago Lindo a mature feel, but access to newer services. With the recently-completed Anthony Henday Drive north leg so close, Lago Lindo has become a neighbourhood that boasts excellent access to the east and west sides of Edmonton, in addition to its already easy access to CFB Edmonton and downtown.

Neighbourhood Facts

Lago Lindo is located between 91 and 97 Streets, and north of 167 Avenue to 181 Avenue. Schools in the area include public Lago Lindo

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The northern half of Whitemud Creek Ravine is found right in Magrath Heights.

Magrath Heights is a neighbourhood located in southwest Edmonton that began developing  in the early to mid 2000’s, once the City adopted the Magrath Heights Neighborhood Area Structure Plan in 2003. It is a unique neighbourhood with an active community. With the Whitemud Creek Ravine next door, you truly don’t have to go far to feel the calming effects of nature. A place that is in the city but has an element of seclusion - a feature many look for when buying a home, and one that you can find here in Magrath Heights.

Neighbourhood Facts

Magrath Heights is bounded on the west by Rabbit Hill Road (142 Street), the north by 23 Avenue, the

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"It’s hard to imagine a more perfect location to purchase a starter home, raise a family, or retire."

River valley views and all the amenities you need nearby -- this is Gold Bar. Wrapped in river valley parkland, Gold Bar offers easy access to downtown and the rest of Edmonton via 50 Street and Anthony Henday Drive, taking you seamlessly from work to play.

Neighbourhood Facts

Gold Bar is bordered by Goldstick Park to the east and 50 Street to the west. To the south, 101 Avenue brings Sherwood Park within easy driving distance. Surrounding neighbourhoods include Capilano to the north and Fulton Place to the west.

Gold Bar is a mature neighbourhood, with more than 75% of dwellings constructed before 1960, most of those

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Oxford is the neighbourhood you remember from your childhood. Young families dominate here -- 73% of families have at least one child living at home.  Kids ride bikes, host lemonade stands, and skip rope in the middle of quiet streets and cul-de-sacs.

The neighbourhood also offers amenities like plenty of green space, a nearby business district and quick access to other parts of the city via Anthony Henday Drive.

Neighbourhood Facts

Oxford stretches from 153 Avenue in the south to 167 Avenue in the north, and east to west from 127 Street to 133 Street. Development began in the 1980s and continued to the early 2000s. Detached single family homes make up the bulk of the neighbourhood. Nearly all (97%) residents own their

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"...there’s something for everyone in Calder."

The tree-lined streets of Calder, in the city’s northwest, are the perfect backdrop to any stage of life. Whether you’re purchasing your first home, raising a family, or planning for retirement, there’s a place for you in this mature character neighbourhood.

Quiet enough to get that small-town feel, but central enough for a quick commute to downtown or elsewhere in the city via Yellowhead Trail, Calder offers countless amenities: green spaces, local businesses, schools, and recreation opportunities.

Neighbourhood Facts

Calder is bordered to the south by 127 Avenue and the Yellowhead corridor, 127 Street to the west, 132 Avenue to the north and 113A Street to the east.

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